Tag - Get Medical Bills Paid

Where to Find Help Paying Medical Bills

 We Need All the Help We Can Get To Pay Medical Bills   I have spoken with people who have lost everything because of an illness. Having to choose between paying rent, buying food or paying for medical care is stressful. The Kaiser Family Foundation reports that in 2016, half of all insurance policy-holders face a deductible of at least $1,000. This is the amount someone has to pay before their insurance starts paying and for some it is even higher. Almost [...]

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Medical Bills Affect Credit and Cause Bankruptcy: There are Solutions

The debt from medical bills are like a black hole on a credit report. Tracking the origin of the medical bills is the first step to navigating the debt and determining if and how the bills can be reduced. Medical providers are less likely to report the debt to a credit reporting agency and are more likely to contract it out to a debt collection agency. Not knowing how to strike a deal for medical debt can lead to [...]

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Adria Gross-Medical Bill Advocate-Multi Payer Medicine Nightmare

Meet Author Adria Gross-Medical Bill Advocate Date: Sunday, May 7, 2017 Time: 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Location: Congregation Eitz Chaim 1465 Orange Tpke. Monroe, NY 10949 Too often consumers find themselves paying much more money than they expected, getting much less than they bargained for. Medical care is no exception. Adria Goldman Gross’s book and her astute discussions show readers how to spot over-charges by providers, under-reimbursements by insurers, and inappropriate denials by insurers and government employees. If the plans for Obamacare change, what is heading our [...]

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"It is a Gift to Negotiate"

Rest Easy as Medical Bills Get Paid

Her body was tired, she couldn’t switch hospitals her bills accumulated. Insurance had forsaken her, an estate in shambles. Find out what we did… A woman was suffering from Stage 4 Cancer for over 4 years. She went to the same hospital and saw the same doctors throughout her illness. In 2016, state insurance coverage would no longer cover any treatments, visits or services rendered at that hospital. She went there for over 3 years without a problem. Suddenly, even with [...]

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